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people are groomed, radicalized, and prepared for the so-called holy war," a german official said in announcing the closure. "we can't accept this happening in front of our eyes right in the middle of hamburg, and that's why we have closed this mosque today and have banned the cultural association," he says. officials now believe at least one team of german jihadists was dispatched to europe over the summer, traveling on german passports which require no visa to enter the u.s. >> the american authorities are extremely nervous about what is going on, the germans are extremely nervous about what is going on. >> reporter: the fears of an attack similar to what happened in mumbai, india, two years ago. u.s. law enforcement officials say the captured german said the new attack would be a commando-style raid against what were described as soft or economic targets. the attacks in mumbai were against hotels frequented by tourists. >> we are all seeing increased activity by a more diverse set of groups and a more diverse set of threats. >> reporter: it was just last week that u.s. official
'll tell you next. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills make getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. jon: right now the scene at is prepping for an important vote on the military's controversial "don't ask don't tell" policy. the effort to repeal the ban its facing a big hurdle today. republican senator john mccain a war hero threatens a filibuster and supporters of the bill say they might not have the votes to override it if he does. shannon bream is live on capitol hill. how could this possible filibuster play out today, shannon, what is expected? >> reporter: jon, you know if democrats want to block a republican filibuster they have to get to 60 votes. when the democrats caucus they get 59. we are talking about main senator susan scholar insurance. she favors the repeal of "don't ask don't tell" but she took the florida with an impassioned plea saying l
. >> we're going to talk to a nervous bride and groom to be. >> a beautiful couple. >> they look gorgeous. we hope the winds are subsiding. maybe they will be able to pull this off after all. >> i think they will be able to. before we get to that, dave price is watching hurricane earl. he's in ocean city, maryland this morning where earl is starting to knock on the door there. dave, we'll get another check of the weather from you. >> all right. harry, erica, in every storm, there are two. these are the two. james an >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by comfort inn. after a long day of vacation, relax with comfort inn. >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by comfort inn. after a long day, relax at comfort inn. >> they would be grounded if they are my kids. that's all i have to say. dangerous, all kidding aside. high heat in places like carolina and strong thunderstorms in the southern plains. back to you guys in new york. >> all right. thank you, dave. and good morning to you at home. miami international airport reopened this morning after being shot down by an overnight s
a ton of warnings. they've taken the lifeguard towers 0 off of the beaches. they're literally grooming the sand. they're maintaining the beach here and trying to make sure that people know that ocean city is still really open for business and that, even though today might really be a lost day at the beach, kiran and ali, that come tomorrow they're hoping that people here are going to enjoy themselves still. >> it's nice that they're preparing the sand for a pretty welcome to the hurricane. that's always the hope. some of the worst things that happen after hurricanes are not the flattening of the houses that we often see, it's that you're put out of business. your lights are gone. your electricity is gone. when it's a real disaster, you at least prepare for it and treat it like that. some people hope the worst doesn't hit. it's not the worst. it's just bad enough that it could throw you off for a few days. in ocean city and montauk and the barrier islands off north carolina, they're hoping that that damage at least gives them the ability to clean up and get things going for the rest of
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